The Mindful Way to a Good Night’s Sleep by Tzivia Gover – a review by Melissa

I was given this book in return for an honest review.  I'm no stranger to sleep struggles as I have suffered from insomnia for over a decade. I have a carefully selected set of things I must do each night to attempt to get enough sleep. I've done a lot of reading in this area, [...]


Fantasy Romance: What to Read if You Have a Maas Hangover

I have found a new genre, or rather a name for a genre I have been enjoying for a while. After devouring Sarah J. Maas' Throne of Glass and A Court of Thorns and Roses series, I was desperate for something else to read. Something that would draw me in, create an entire world and [...]

Reputation, Taylor Swift – a review by Luke

It has finally dropped: Taylor Swift’s sixth album, Reputation. Here, I want to share my thoughts on it. ...Ready For It? opens the album on a strong note. It’s energetic; it’s bold; and it’s playful. And there’s so much variety: the verses, when Taylor raps, and the chorus, which is dreamy—and sounds like the Taylor [...]

The Tairen Soul Series by C. L. Wilson – a review by Melissa

The world is flawless; the characters are well rounded and I fell in love with several of them; and the writing is strong.

Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated – a review by Luke

Recently, Demi Lovato, one of my favourite singers of all time, released her documentary, Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated. She, along with people close to her, chronicles her life (so far), from her childhood to her rise of fame, to the 25-year-old person she has become, from her personal struggles to her prevail over them. It's difficult [...]

Melissa’s Reading Round Up #2

I've had a bit of an eclectic reading list recently, including some new books I've read and reviewed: If There's No Tomorrow, Lord of Shadows and Tower of Dawn. Here's the rest of what I've been reading: The Whole Health Life by Shannon Harvey (2016) In The Whole Health Life, Shannon Harvey shares her learning from a ten year [...]